Planning for Your Career
If you are in the military, at some point you will be faced with a transition to the civilian world. For some service members, the very idea of making such a transition is daunting. Life as you know it instantly changes when you leave familiar military confines and venture into the job market. Suddenly, skills you learned in the service aren’t comprehensible to employers. To prepare yourself for a successful transition, you should consider several long-term career planning efforts and preparation for the many specific transition tasks.
American Sentinel understands the challenges that face service members as they approach this transition. That’s why we have developed a variety of resources to help military students plan for their post-military careers.
Military Career Planning Center
- Veterans: Discover career planning resources just for you
- How to Build Your Personal Brand
- The Importance of Education to a Post-Military Career
- Military Spouses Need In-Demand Skills, Too
- How to Maximize your Military Experience when Leaving the Service
- Know your Interviewer – Interview Types
- The Top 5 I.T. Jobs for the next 8 Years
- Do you know what your skills are? Self-assessment can help.
- Turn Military Experience into Civilian Selling Points
- How to Prepare for a Post-Military Career
- Top 3 Credentials Employers Want
- Career Planning Advice for Military Members – Part I
- Career Planning Advice for Military Members – Part II
- Mapping a Geographical Information Systems Career Path
- Careers in IT Security – Part I
- Careers in IT Security – Part II
- Careers in IT – Information Technology Management
- Transition Assistance Program (TAP)
- Army ACAP
- Navy TAP
- USCG TAP
- Veteran Affairs
- Bradley-Morris transition consultants
- Military transition stories
- CareerOneStop – Sponsored by the Department of Labor.
- Career Expo – Military.com’s source for finding military-oriented job fairs.
- USA Jobs – A comprehensive site for finding federal government jobs.
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment VetSuccess Program – Sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs.